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GOLD RUSH INN: Discover Queenstown and Its Surrounds 

King River Rafting

King River Rafting is Tasmania's one day white water rafting specialist. Usually based on Tasmania's west coast at Queenstown we mainly offer trips on the King River. With quality rapids, superb wilderness rainforest and assured water this is a quality trip. From the King River Gorge you can chose to catch the West Coast Wilderness Railway back to Queenstown or continue on down the more peacefull lower reaches of the river for a full day of wilderness rafting.

24th Feb 2024

Queenstown Railway

The West Coast Wilderness Railway is a reconstruction of the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company Mount Lyell railway in Western Tasmania between Queenstown and Regatta Point, Strahan. The railway is significant because of its Abt rack system to conquer the mountainous terrain through rainforest, with original locomotives still operating on the railway today. Now operating as a tourist experience with a focus on sharing the history of Tasmania's West Coast, the original railway began operation

24th Feb 2024

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is a sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, usually using specially designed mountain bikes. Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain, such as air or coil-sprung shocks used as suspension, larger and wider wheels and tires, stronger frame materials, and mechanically or hydraulically actuated disc brakes.

24th Feb 2024

Nelson Falls

The Nelson Falls, a cascade waterfall, is located in the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Tasmanian Wilderness, in the West Coast region of Tasmania, Australia.

8th Feb 2024


Queenstown is a town in the West Coast region of the island of Tasmania, Australia. It is in a valley on the western slopes of Mount Owen on the West Coast Range. At the 2021 census, Queenstown had a population of 1,808 people.

8th Feb 2024

Queen River

The Queen River, part of the King River catchment, is a minor perennial river located in the West Coast region of Tasmania, Australia. It is notable for its high level of pollution caused by mining runoff which has led the river to be uninhabitable to life

8th Feb 2024

Montezuma Falls

The Montezuma Falls, a horsetail waterfall on a minor tributary to the Pieman River, is located on the West Coast Range of Tasmania, Australia

8th Feb 2024

Lake Burbury

Lake Burbury is a man-made water reservoir created by the Crotty Dam inundating the upper King River valley that lies east of the West Coast Range. Discharge from the reservoir feeds the John Butters Hydroelectric Power Station, owned and operated by Hydro Tasmania.

8th Feb 2024

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